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Screwpop Lighter Holder Tool

Screwpop Lighter Holder Tool

Having a lighter as a source of fire in your carry can come in handy even if you don’t smoke. Whether you’re out camping and need to get the fire going or just want to burn the tips of your new paracord lanyard, a good lighter is a solid addition to any EDC. The problem is they’re usually small and hard to keep track of. As its name implies, the Screwpop Lighter Holder Tool is an easy way to ensure that you always have your lighter on you while also adding some extra tools to your carry as well.

The Screwpop Lighter Holder has a practical design intended to perfectly fit a standard-sized Bic lighter. So no matter what you’re doing, you know that your lighter stays secure within the stainless steel frame. Just push the lighter in place and let the pressure from the clip do the rest. A small brass cutout also gives you a secure attachment point for fastening the tool to your keychain or carabiner, so having a pocket full of gear is no excuse for leaving this behind on your next hike. 

That alone would make this a decent way to keep track of your lighter and worth adding to your carry, but that’s not all the tool is useful for. The Screwpop Lighter Holder Tool also comes with four other functions that are handy to have in a pinch. Besides the lighter holder, you’ll also get a tamper, reamer, poker, and bottle opener. When you’re done, each tool folds smoothly back into place, maintaining the slim profile of the tool.


When it comes to EDC finding the right tool is half the battle. The other half is figuring out how to make it work for you. The Screwpop Lighter Holder Tool is a simple way to make sure you always have a way to start a fire while also having a few extra backups to some important tools. If this looks like something you’d be interested in make sure to click the link below and try one out for yourself.

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CRKT Ruger LCK

CRKT Ruger LCK

These days, knife enthusiasts and EDCers are spoiled for choice when it comes to designs for both traditional and modern gentlemen's knives. And while the term “gentlemen's knives” may evoke images of expensive ultra-svelte premium knives, there are some more affordable gems to find if you look hard enough. Enter the CRKT Ruger LCK, a modern, distinctive, and attractive design by custom knifemaker Matthew Lerch. It is meant to be a slim, easy-to-carry, and affordable option for those looking for a practical gentleman's flipper.

Sporting a 3.325” blade made from the affordable yet ubiquitous 8Cr13MoV steel, the LCK is currently available with either a satin-finished drop point shape designed for cutting and piercing, or a discreet black modified sheepsfoot blade best suited for slicing. In spite of its minimal profile, the blade's extra length and finger choil allow for a better grip and optimal control while in use. The blade deploys via flipper tab from the LCK's glass-reinforced nylon handles, and secures with a familiar locking liner. The handles themselves feature design cues inspired by the LCK's firearm namesake, the LCP II, as shown in the textured diagonal grooves on the scales to add both an improved grip and sleek design. The LCK (Lightweight Compact Knife) also borrows from the LCP's name (Lightweight Compact Pistol) for both design inspiration and functional intent—at only 2.6 ounces and with a closed length of 4.125”, the knife is pocketable and discreet, especially with its slim profile and deep-carry pocket clip.

With gentleman’s folders enjoying great popularity due to their practicality and portability, the CRKT Ruger LCK could be your diamond in the rough: a slim, light, and affordable gentleman's knife designed to feel good in hand and fit well in your pocket. You can pick one up at the link below.

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EverydayCarry.com x Orbitkey Nylon Key Organizer

EDC isn't solely about what we carry—how we carry it all is just as important. Take your keys for example. They're something you wouldn't leave the house without, but they come with their own set of problems: they're clunky, noisy, and messy compared to the rest of your carry. That's why we're huge fans of Orbitkey and how their key organizers solve a problem almost all EDCers have in a simple, elegant, and design-centric way—like all great EDC gear should. We're so excited to announce our take on the Orbitkey Key Organizer with this limited edition collaboration, designed with all of you EDCers in mind. Fitted with a mix of 1050D Ballistic and 500D Cordura nylon in a one-of-a-kind, monochrome digital camouflage print, it's dialed with the right materials, look, and feel to be a worthy addition to your everyday carry.

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FOURSEVENS Mini Turbo MkIII

FOURSEVENS Mini Turbo MkIII

“Great things come in small packages” has never been more true for the modern flashlight. What used to be a choice between power and size has now simply become a choice of convenience. FOURSEVENS has a long history of making cutting-edge compact lights for EDC, and now under the banner of Prometheus Lights they continue to innovate in both design and tech. The Mini Turbo MkIII packs impressive power and features into a pocket-friendly profile, proving that you don't have to compromise to carry a great flashlight.

This third iteration of FOURSEVENS's Mini Mk series makes two significant upgrades that warrant it a serious look. The first is a larger “Turbo” head that gives the light a bigger smooth reflector (and thus a longer throw), to the tune of 20 meters more than its predecessor. Inside the head resides a new Cree XPL-HI LED in a neutral white tint, which gives you a maximum output of 700 lumens at 4500K (a pleasant 75+ CRI) and a top range of 200 meters. Tint and power are one thing, but the MkIII takes a step further by allowing you to customize its outputs to 6 profiles. With options such as a single High output, access to all modes, or a versatile Low-Medium-High arrangement, the light operates as simple or as complex as you'd like through its twisty interface.

The rest of the MkIII's body is made from 6061-T6 anodized aluminum, with an extra-tough IPX8 rating that's more than capable of rigorous daily tasks. And in spite of its tiny 2.38” length, there's still room to fit a solid clip and a magnetic tailcap that lets you light up those hard to reach spaces. The total package including the MkIII's included high-discharge RCR123A battery barely tips the scales at 1.8 ounces, further cementing its purpose as a capable everyday light.

With enthusiast features and robust construction in a size that's easy to carry, the FOURSEVENS Mini Turbo MkIII earns a spot in any EDCer's pocket. Pick one up from Amazon at the link below.

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Bugout M48 Sling Bag

Bugout M48 Sling Bag

"This military-inspired pack is perfect for small gadgets and tools and tosses over your shoulder to easily switch between carrying and access. It’s made from water-resistant 600D polyester, and features multiple pockets for..." (via The Awesomer)

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